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The mysterious stranger, or, Memoirs of the notorious Henry More Smith [microform] : containing a correct account of his extradordinary conduct during the thirteen months of his confinement in the jail of King' s County, province of New Brunswick, where he was convicted of horse stealing, and under sentence of death : also a sketch of his life and character, from his first appearance at Windsor, in Nova Scotia, in the year 1812, to the time of his apprehension and confinement : to which is added a history of his career up to the latest period embracing an account of his imprisonments and escapes, compiled from the most authentic sources (1835)

Author: Bates, Walter, 1760-1842
Subject: Smith, Henry More, fl. 1812-1836; Smith, Henry More, époque 1812-1836; Crime and criminals; Criminalité et criminels
Publisher: [Halifax, N.S.? : s.n.]
Language: English
Digitizing sponsor: University of Alberta Libraries
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Collection: microfilm; additional_collections
Notes: Film/Fiche is presented as originally captured.

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